WHAT DO I DO?

Asked by Mar 30, 2016 at 03:30 AM about the 2001 Toyota Celica GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I JUST BOUGHT A 2001TOYOTA CELICA GT. I WAS DRIVING HOME AND
MY GAUGE  SHOWING MY CAR WAS HOT. I ALSO NOTICED MY
ENGINE LIGHT WAS ON. THE NEXT THING I HEARD A POP NOISE AND
THEN MY CAR DYED AND WOULDNT START. MY FRIEND LEFT ME A
MESSAGE AND TOLD ME MY CAR WAS LEAKING COOLANT. IM A
WOMAN AND I NEED HELP  PLEASE

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I had a similar situation on a 2008 jetta. and the problem turned out to be the car computer and air sensors the easiest and most economic thing i could do was sell it. when ever something minor goes wrong in my car i take it to Fire Stone and they haven't done me wrong yet if its something more complex a specialized garage might be able to help

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Must not have taken it for a test drive.

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